Two unforced run out errors scarred Bangladesh's loss to New Zealand in their drama-filled Cricket World Cup match on Wednesday at the Oval.
Mushfiqur, patently annoyed, departed for 19 at 110-3, and Bangladesh never recovered as they were bowled out for a sub-par 244 in the 50th over.
The winning target in the day-night encounter was gettable despite a fresh pitch that was slower than expected, but it would have been far tougher if Kane Williamson had been run out on 8 and New Zealand slumped to 60-3.
Ross Taylor departed for 82, New Zealand's cruise turned bumpy, and they scrambled over the finish line at 248-8 and rose to the top of the standings with two wins from two matches.
The Kiwis improved to 5-0 against Bangladesh in World Cup history, batting second each time. But they started their chase as nervously as they finished it.